Mojo Rawley Released By WWE

Mojo Rawley is gone from WWE.

WWE announced they have come to terms with the release of Mojo Rawley.

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Rawley signed with WWE in 2012, making his NXT television debut in May 2013. Rawley would work as a singles competitor and would become known for his energy and "staying hype." He joined Zack Ryder as the Hype Bros in 2015.

He was called up to the main roster during the 2016 WWE Draft.

He won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 33 with the help of NFL star and friend Rob Gronkowski. He would be used on television sporadically over the last five years, most notably being involved in the WWE 24/7 Title scene beginning in December 2019. He would eventually become a seven-time WWE 24/7 Champion.

He last wrestled on June 15, 2020 episode of WWE SmackDown, losing to Shorty G (Chad Gable).

You can view the full list of released WWE stars on April 15 by clicking here.

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